99. It is a condition of a casino licence that ––
the casino layout shall comply with such requirements as the Authority may prescribe; and
the casino operator shall notify the Authority before making any changes to the casino layout.
—(1) The Authority may, by order published in the Gazette, approve the games that may be played in a casino (other than games to be played on a gaming machine), mode of play and the rules for those games.
(2) The Authority may, under subsection (1), give approvals that differ according to differences in time, place or circumstances.
(3) A casino operator shall not permit a game to be conducted or played in a casino unless —
there is an order in force under this section approving the game;
the game is conducted or played in accordance with the mode of play and rules of the game approved by such an order; and
the game is conducted or played on behalf of the casino operator by a licensed special employee.
(4) A person shall not conduct a game in a casino or permit a game conducted by him to be played in a casino, unless —
there is an order in force under this section approving the game; and
the game is conducted or played in accordance with the mode of play and rules of the game approved by such an order.
(5) Any casino operator who contravenes subsection (3) shall be liable to disciplinary action.
(6) Any person who contravenes subsection (4) shall be ––
liable to disciplinary action, in the case of a licensed special employee; or
guilty of an offence and liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $200,000, in any other case.
(7) It is a defence to disciplinary action or prosecution for a contravention of subsection (4) if the special employee or other person, as the case may be, establishes that the contravention was permitted by the casino operator.
—(1) The Authority may give a direction in writing to a casino operator concerning the particular games that may not be played in the casino.
(2) The Authority may amend any such direction by a further direction in writing to the casino operator.
(3) It is a condition of a casino licence that the casino operator is to comply with any direction for the time being in force under this section.
—(1) The Authority may investigate or authorise the investigation of gaming equipment for the purpose of determining whether the equipment is suitable to be approved for use in a casino and may require the cost of such an investigation to be paid by a person seeking the approval.
(2) The Authority may approve gaming equipment for use in a casino and, for that purpose, may approve particular equipment or may approve equipment of a specified class or description and may make the approval subject to conditions.
(3) Regulations made under this Act may specify standards with respect to the manufacture or supply of gaming equipment for use in a casino.
(4) Despite the provisions of any other law, the possession of gaming equipment is lawful if —
the possession is for the purposes of an investigation under this section; or
the equipment is identifiable in a manner approved by the Authority and is in a casino with the approval of the Authority or the circumstances of its possession are such as have been approved by the Authority generally or in a particular case.
(5) This section does not apply to gaming equipment that is a gaming machine.
103. It is a condition of a casino licence that ––
gaming machines intended for use in a casino shall be obtained from manufacturers and suppliers approved by the Authority; and
the number of gaming machines available for gaming in a casino shall not exceed such number as the Authority may determine.
—(1) A casino operator may conduct gaming on a simulated basis for the purpose of training employees, testing gaming equipment and gaming procedures, and demonstrating the conduct and playing of games, but only if —
the casino operator has the approval of the Authority to do so; and
no cash or chips are used without the approval of the Authority.
(2) Despite the provisions of any other law, the possession and use of gaming equipment as authorised by subsection (1) is lawful.
(3) Any casino operator who contravenes subsection (1) shall be liable to disciplinary action.